Oops, it looks like you’re using a web browser our site no longer supports. For the best viewing experience, please use one of the following:
Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Apple Safari or Mozilla Firefox.
×

Mortgage Calculator

Amount to borrow:

Downpayment %:

Term (in years):

Interest rate %:

Down Payment:

Amount Financed:

Monthly Payment:

Instructions: Enter numbers and decimal points. No commas or other characters.

Log in
Not registered? Create an account
Already have an account? Log In

100 Jay St. 5L, Brooklyn, NY 11201

$3,750/mo
Active Listing
Listing Details:
$3,750 Price
Condo Property Type
DUMBO / Vinegar Hill Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
753 Approx. Sq. Ft.
Key Features:
Courtyard
Doorman
Gym
Elevator
Garage
Laundry
Allows Pets
Rooftop Access
Storage
Unit Laundry
Description:

No Fee Big 753 sq ft one bedroom apartment with washer/dryer in unit. June 1st move in.
Please see video below.

The open layout creates a spacious and comfortable living space with an entry area, open kitchen and living room with floor to ceiling windows. The living room is generously sized with ample space for all your furniture plus a dining area. The kitchen features granite counters, garbage disposal, stainless steel appliances, and a plethora of cabinet space. The bedroom can fit a king-sized bed with room for a dresser and other furniture. There's a great walk in closet with stackable washer and dryer off the living area.

24/7 Doorman, On-site parking, roof deck, FREE GYM with yoga/Pilates room, Children's Playroom/Outdoor Space, Media room, private and bicycle Storage.

All this in an amazing DUMBO location close to all the neighborhood has to offer: Brooklyn Bridge Park, eclectic shops, excellent restaurants and boutiques. The F Train is on the corner and the A/C a short distance away making the one stop commute to Manhattan a dream. This one won't last.

Email me for more information.





Listing courtesy of NY Living Solutions LLC

Discuss this property with a Core agent:

DUMBO / Vinegar Hill See All Neighborhoods »